Text fields components for Figma and Adobe XDRoman Kamushken
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Text fields components - Freebies for Figma and Adobe XDMaterial design has formed its distinctive design style since 2014. Created and released by Google, it becomes a full platform design language specification including Android MobileAndroid TabletDesktop Chrome, etc. Material Design can be seen across all of Googles mobile apps including Gmail, Inbox, Calendar, YouTube and even the desktop sites.Material design provides user a real experience with its clean and direct effect.Many UX/UI designers have followed this trend in their design work. Id like to share 11 excellent material design UI kits, most of them are free, hope can bring you some inspiration.Its always a good idea to have a consistent design. Generally speaking, you want your design to be consistent because that is a major factor in how users learn to use your product and how easily they can use it afterwards. With forms, that is even more true.Forms, be they mobile or web, can be confusing. Users can skip questions, give the wrong information or just abandon the product altogether. After all, when talking to people its common to have to add context around a question so people can fully understand it and smart designers apply that same concept to their form.900+ components in the design system powered by Auto-layout. Available as live UI library You’ll get an invitation to a MaterialX project in Figma after the purchase. Stay up-to-date with the access to team project where we ship live updates. Subscribe for a quarter / year and use the UI kit only when necessary.Use this kit to save time and human resources.Material X Text fields components madeby Roman KamushkenEnjoy this freebie!
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